Four games in four days took a toll on the Thunder Mountain High School boys basketball team as they fell to the Ketchikan Kings on Friday, 75-56, in the Southeast Region V 4A Basketball Tournament championship game.
“Ketchikan was the fresher, better team today,” Thunder Mountain coach John Blasco said. “They definitely had a game plan that they executed. They attacked us very hard from the get go.”
Ketchikan junior Jason James scored a career-high 25 points and classmate Matt Standley added 21 to lead the Kings in the win.